Need some help with putting the results of your research into excellent Academic English? Join our new Academic English for Researchers Training! This 4-part training for PhD students and faculty members of Corvinus university will help you maximize the impact of your research by ensuring that your academic output has a high quality in terms of language, style and structure. For more information and registration please click here.
You are finished with writing the first draft of your term paper/thesis/abstract/journal article, but you feel something is still missing and there is room for improvement? Join one of our consultation sessions aimed at members of the Corvinus community and receive personalized expert advice on how to further improve your paper in terms of structure, style, language and formatting. Participants are encouraged to bring drafts of their ongoing writing projects. More information and registration
The 5th international EconBiz Student Competition was held in April 2017. Because the Library has joined the EconBiz Partner Network in 2013, Corvinus students were also invited to participate in the competition. Corvinus student Bettina Czilli was awarded with the third place among the international winners. Congratulations! The list of the winners
From 16th March 2017, the following changes will be implemented in the library rules: the quarterly Reading Room Cards will be unavailable, you will be able to purchase them only for 6 months. The replacement of lost Reading Room Cards will be charged with a replacement fee.
Profiling all major companies, industries and geographies, MarketLine is one of the most prolific publishers of business information today. It contains over 30,000 companies, 3,500 industry profiles and over 110 country profiles. You can also access all of the case studies, over 50,000 financial deals reports along with over 60,000 news articles. The database is available from the University's LAN.
In response to our readers' demands, we are happy to announce extended opening hours in the Library: from 29th August 2016 the Library will be open from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 9 pm, on Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Opening hours
Life satisfaction is generally highest in Norway, Australia and Denmark, according to the 2016 results of OECD Better Life Index. This Index allows you to compare well-being across countries, based on 11 topics the OECD has identified as essential, in the areas of material living conditions and quality of life. With this online interactive tool you can see how countries perform according to the importance you give to each of 11 topics that make for a better life.
IMD announced the 2016 findings of its annual World Competitiveness Yearbook. The WCY Rankings measure how well countries manage their economic and human resources to increase their prosperity. The online version of the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook extended with the latest data is available on the organization's website, through the University's LAN.